The Fool's Run (Paperback)
|Author: John Sandford|
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|Con artists Kidd and LuEllen utilize state-of-the-art, high-tech corporate warfare to organize the technological takedown of a defense industry corporation, but their string of successes is cut short when the ultimate con artist gets conned. Reissue. *Author: Sandford, John *Publication Date: 1996/12/01 *Number of Pages: 340 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 0.75 *Width: 4.25 *Height: 7.50|
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Kidd and LuEllen, the irresistible con artists from The Empress File, return. This time, their playing field is on the cutting edge of high-tech corporate warfare. Their job--a technological takedown of a defense industry corporation. But their string of successes turns into a noose when the ultimate con artists get conned. Reprint.Con artist Kidd and his partner-in-crime are about to pull off the perfect sting-until they find themselves on the wrong end of the ultimate con.
John Sandford is the pseudonym of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Camp.After serving in the Korean War, John Sandford began his journalism career working in Missouri and Iowa before moving to Florida in 1970. He worked for "The Miami Herald" for eight years before moving again to Minnesota to work for "The Saint Paul Pioneer Press", where he became a popular columnist. In the mid-'80s, during what was then called the "Farm Crisis," Sandford, under his given name John Camp, wrote a five-part series focusing on the hardships of a Minnesota farming family. His reporting won him a Pulitzer Prize for feature writing. Several years later, Sandford published his first novel, "The Fool's Run", followed almost simultaneously by "Rules of Prey", the first novel in his popular Prey series, featuring policeman Lucas Davenport. Often revolving around a disturbing crime or demented criminal, the majority of Sandford's novels are psychological thrillers with tough characters and fast pacing.